December 5, 2013

Leadership Insights from “A Day of Infamy”

This past summer I was fortunate to conduct a leadership seminar for a corporate group in Honolulu using the attack on Pearl Harbor our case study.  This encouraged me to do extensive background reading on the tragic events of December 7th 1941 and the days immediately following.  I also visited [...]

November 21, 2013

Your 3-step crisis management plan

As Henry Kissinger famously said, “There cannot be a crisis today; my schedule is already full!” Unfortunately, crises have no respect for our busy calendars. That is why it is of utmost importance that every organization, big or small, have a crisis management plan. In mental health terms, a crisis [...]

September 25, 2013

CBS News: Nairobi terror crisis

Col. Jeff McCausland (Ret.), CBS News Military Analyst, joins UTTM to discuss the Kenya mall attack and the terrorist group responsible.

September 19, 2013

D6 partners with leading Washington, DC think-tank

Check Out Our Featured Fall Workshop! Diamond6 is excited to announce its latest partnership with the Center for Strategic and International Studies Seven Revolutions (7Revs) program. The goal of this partnership is to combine leadership lessons from the Battle of Gettysburg with groundbreaking research into pressing global trends. This exclusive [...]

Diamond6 in Hawaii; Leadership and Pearl Harbor

On July 9-10, 2013, Diamond6 partnered with First Canoe Strategies and Consulting, Inc. to host a very special leadership event for a major US company with international interests.   First Canoe, based in Honolulu, includes leadership training and leader development among its core competencies, primarily working with companies based in Hawaii [...]

The top three leadership lessons from the battle of Gettysburg

Article was originally published in The Guardian on July 2, 2013 The United States has fought many battles in its history. During two battles, however, the fate of the entire nation hung in the balance. The first was Yorktown where the combined forces of George Washington’s Continental army and a French fleet [...]

Leadership and Globalization

Globalization is how many describe the period in which we live.  It is clearly dynamic and characterized by near constant change.  Furthermore, globalization describes an ongoing process by which economies, societies and cultures have become integrated through globe-spanning networks.  Experts agree that it is driven by a combination of economic, [...]

Leading During a Crisis

It seems like we are surrounded by crises – the bombing at the Boston Marathon, shooting at an elementary school in Connecticut, gas explosion in Texas, and destructive tornadoes that struck Oklahoma.  In mental health terms, a crisis refers not necessarily to a traumatic situation or event, but to a [...]

June 6, 2013

ASBOI Workshop Kickoff Call Recording

Thank you for joining in on the ASBOI Workshop Kickoff Call on Wednesday, June 5th. Below is a link to the recording and slides. If you have any questions between now and our workshop in July please email us at RECORDING LINK: ASBOI Workshop Kickoff Call 6-5-13 7.06 PM If [...]

June 6, 2013

CBS News: Top military officers grilled over sexual assaults

CBS News Military Analyst, Col. Jeff McCausland, joins UTTM to discuss hearings on Capitol Hill to address the growing number of sexual assaults among female soldiers by male soldiers.